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  • Craig Condon

    Contributing sermons since Jan 24, 2015
Craig's church

Anglican Parish of South Queens
Liverpool, *Province/Other B0T 1K0
n/.a

About Craig
  • Education: Bachelor of Commerce Degree and Diploma in Business Administration
  • Experience: 10+ years experience in preaching and leading worship. I also assist ordained clergy in the planning of worship services and the administration of the bread and wine during Holy Communion. I announce hymns and prepare prayers.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Read them carefully and you will find God speaking to you.
  • One of my favorite illustrations: My Father's terminal illness and how it brought me back to God.
  • Family: I'm single and the youngest of 4 children
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Mom loves them. Dad passes away before I entered the ministry.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: I'm single
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Speak at a Grade 8 education level.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Jeremiah Study Bible and the Charles F. Stanley Life Principles Bible.
  • Hobbies: Reading, computers, photography, researching and preparing homilies
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Be true to what God has called you to do, and let him run your life.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: One time when I was preaching at a local nursing home, the cat jumped down from on top of the piano and landed on the keys in the middle of my sermon.
  • What I want on my tombstone: A faithful servant of God.
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Newest Sermons

  • Buyer's Remorse

    Contributed on Mar 2, 2017
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    Have you ever experienced buyer’s remorse? Just before we buy something major like a car or a house we feel the surge of excitement that comes with getting something new. It’s the same feeling a child has when he or she gets a new toy.

    Have you ever experienced buyer’s remorse? Just before we buy something major like a car or a house we feel the surge of excitement that comes with getting something new. It’s the same feeling a child has when he or she gets a new toy for their birthday or for Christmas. After we buy ...read more

  • Hope For The Future

    Contributed on Mar 2, 2017
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    The doctrine of solidarity says that all humanity is under the leadership of two men: Adam and Christ. Connection with Adam leads to death. Connection with Christ leads to life.

    The reading from Romans 5:12-19 reinforces the idea that those who trust Christ have hope for the future. Let me explain. Adam’s sin led to condemnation of the entire human race because his sinful nature was passed on to all of his descendants. Christ overcame that condemnation. As a ...read more

  • Mountain-Top Changes

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2017
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     | 3,160 views

    Have you ever had a moment when your life was changed? Perhaps it was similar to the Transfiguration. That moment changed the lives of Peter, James, John and Jesus, just like moments in our lives can change us.

    GOD SHOWS HIS LOVE Romans 5:1-11 Romans 5:8 - “But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Those who believe in Jesus and put their trust in Him are made right with God. The righteousness of Christ is imputed to them and they are ...read more

  • Learning From The Great Teacher

    Contributed on Feb 16, 2017
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    Have you ever tried to obey God but at the same time you thought that you did not have the understanding or the strength to do so? If so, you’re not alone. The writer of the passage we heard from Psalm 119 felt the same way.

    Have you ever tried to obey God but at the same time you thought that you did not have the understanding or the strength to do so? If so, you’re not alone. The writer of the passage we heard from Psalm 119 felt the same way. The theme of that reading is growing and walking in faith and not ...read more

  • Speak The Truth, And Speak It Boldly

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2017
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    If we want to be used by God, we have to purify our hearts. God uses all kinds of people., but only if they are clean on the inside. If we want to purify ourselves, we have to confess our sins, repent and accept Christ as our Saviour.

    The reading from Paul’s second letter to Timothy is part of the final letter Paul wrote. He wrote this letter from his prison cell in Rome, and he knew that he was about to be put to death. Both of his letters to Timothy contain instructions for both ministers and Christians. Paul tells ...read more